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Feb 4th - China & France

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Only a few steps away from the Chinese New Year,

the Stanford Club of France, in cooperation with ISG and Deloitte,

invites you to a panel discussion and networking cocktail on new perspectives of China-France relations:

China and France: Cooperation or Competition ?

Monday, February 4, 2013 7:30 pm at Deloitte & Associés 185, avenue Charles de Gaulle 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine

It is no coincidence that French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici began 2013 with a trip to China. China’s too-big-to-ignore market potential, France’s 69 billion euro trade deficit and the prospect of growing Chinese interest in French companies set the scene for one of the hottest and most controversial bilateral investment topics of the coming year.

Cooperation or Competition
how will France and China ring in the New Year
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The Stanford Club of France has convened a panel of experts who will delve into these questions, address the nitty-gritty realities of bilateral business from the trenches and debate the path forward for France-China relations.

The discussion will be followed by a cocktail reception where you will have the opportunity to discuss related topics in an informal setting with Stanford Alumni and other attendees from leading French, Chinese and American universities.

RSVP now to join us for this high-level round table discussion
and a unique networking opportunity

Date: Monday, February 4th at 7:30 p.m.

Price: SCF-ISG members 30€ - 40€ non-members - 20 € students

Location: Deloitte & Associés - 185, avenue Charles de Gaulle, 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine Métro Pont de Neuilly - www.deloitte.fr

Contact / reservations: Please register by January 28th. No payments at the door. To reserve your space, kindly register and pay on-line and/or renew your membership at

http://www.membres-scf.org

or send your check made out to “Stanford Club of France” with your name(s), guest name(s), and a notation that your reservation is for the China-France event to: Evelyne Nguyen, 11 rue Kilford, 92400 Courbevoie

Questions: Contact Evelyne Nguyen at evelyne.nguyen1@gmail.com or at 06 08 87 26 27

Speakers :

Mr. Wei Peng
Vice President France, Bank of China

Mr Wei Peng graduated from Beijing Foreign Studies University, and holds a “licence en littérature française”. He joined Bank of China Head Office in 1992 then took over several positions in Paris for Bank of China before being appointed Vice President in 2011.

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Mr. Gilles Colas

Senior Vice-President in charge of Strategic Developments, Saint Gobain

Mr. Gilles Colas has been a member of the General Management Committee of the Saint-Gobain Group since 1992 and was the company’s Asia-Pacific General Delegate for 6 years. He has a Masters degree in civil engineering from Ponts et Chaussées and a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Stanford.

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Partner, Gide Loyrette Nouel

Mr. Charles Henri Leger is in charge of the China Team at Gide Loyrette Nouel worldwide. He specializes in industrial property, antitrusts, unfair competition, advertising and distribution law, and investment and business relations with China.

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The Stanford Club of France and ISG Alumni Club thank Deloitte for their hospitality in hosting this exceptional event

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December 13 th - Christmas Dinner


The Stanford Club of France & The Stanford Business Club

Some 40 members and friends  celebrated Christmas
with a very special bouquet of…

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and enjoyed
Gourmet food and Friendship,
Laughter and Music,
in the famous restaurant “Marrakech”

Thursday, December 13th at 8 p.m.

After a cocktail reception, we delighted in a “Couscous Mechoui”
with best Moroccan wines and Moroccan delicacies.

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January 1 st - Rose Bowl

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What are you doing New Year’s Day ?

We’re Going to the Rose Bowl !

Ring in the New Year with some classic American College Football!

The French Stanford Students Association invites you to join them at Wos Bar in Paris to watch the 2013 Rose Bowl live.

“The Cardinal gave Stanford fans the ultimate way to welcome in 2013, beating UCLA Friday for the second time in a week to claim the Pac-12 championship title and a spot in the 99th Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Stanford will face unranked Wisconsin on January 1 in a rematch of the 2000 Rose Bowl, which was won by the Badgers.”

Read more about Go Stanford Go

Wos Bar
184 rue Saint-Jacques
75005 Paris

Free entrance

Sign up for the event here or

RSVP Pierre Lacombe pie.lacombe@gmail.com06 63 41 52 49

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December 7th - Van Gogh: Rêves de Japon

japonThe work of Van Gogh, which has been characterized as tortured and disorganized, was influenced by Japanese artists who concentrated on composition, serenity and inner peace.

Stanford alumni participated in one of the major cultural events of the year in Paris : a visit, with our usual conférencière Mme Dupeyrat, to the Pinacothèque which is featuring an exhibition of (about 40) selected works of Van Gogh which illustrate the influence of Japanese art (and especially that of Hiroshige) on Impressionist art.

Madame Odile Dupeyrat, a distinguished conférencière du Louvre, was at her best  helping us discover the nuances of these masterpieces (in French).

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The Mentor Program


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The Stanford University in Paris
Mentor Program

28, rue Notre-Dame des Champs - 75006 Paris

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Dear Friends and Alumni,

More students than ever are now attending the Stanford Program in Paris this year, and many of them would appreciate the informal support and welcome Stanford overseas alumni have to give. We know many of you as well would like to meet up with the students, to keep up active and refreshed contacts with the home campus. In order to bring about this special exchange between students and alumni, we are once again delighted to launch our Mentor Program.

To understand how the program works, you should know that Stanford undergraduates (19-21 years old) spend either one, two or three quarters studying at the Stanford Center in Paris. (30-40 students each quarter) It is up to the alumni to decide the manner in which they can best contribute to the students’ experience in Paris.

To help us organize the program effectively, we would be grateful if you could fill out the Mentor formulaire, which focuses not only on your personal interests and profile, but also on the areas in which you would like to devote a bit of time to the students.  We will keep this form for our records. Please return it to us as soon as possible.

Every year, at the beginning of the academic year (September), we will contact you to update your information: your availability, how many students you would like to mentor for the year and during which quarters, your preferred student profiles, etc.

In this way, when the students come to Paris, we can direct them to an available mentor best suited to them.

This project has become one of the highlights of the students’ experience in France, and we hope the exchange will be just as rewarding for you as it is for us.

Estelle Halévi

Program Director

estelle.halevi@stanford.edu

Fax : 01 45 49 00 76

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Photos from SCF’s evening at Google Paris!

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Paris — Over 50 Stanford University alumni and friends gathered in the simultaneously ornate and cozy gilded-ceilinged library of the Paris Googleplex for an evening of high-tech discussion and exchange. Attendees were privy to presentations about ongoing projects, including the Paris team’s pioneering work in ensuring optimal access for users browsing the web with less than cutting-edge smart phones, creating algorithms that automatically populate YouTube channels with related content and rolling out the exciting new Google Cultural Institute, whose aim is to preserve and promote culture online. The Google Cultural Institute is headquartered in Paris and will soon be housed in a special purpose-built space that will include the latest technologies for curating cultural exhibits offline.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012 - 7:30 pm

Feel Lucky! A Rare Insider’s Peek at Google France

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The Stanford Club of France, in partnership with the Stanford Business Club, was pleased to invite you to hear “only-in-Paris” insights by Googlers on
Google, High-tech software development, and European challenges
followed by an exclusive tour of the Paris Googleplex on Wednesday November 14, 2012, at 7:30pm
with
Dan Teodosiu, Engineering Director (Stanford PhD ‘00/MS ‘96

Pierre Kreitmann (Stanford MS ‘12)

Robert Tansley (PhD University of Southampton ‘00)

Remarks will be followed by a reception with aperitifs and appetizers as well as tours in small groups to discover the exciting new Google Paris offices.
*The Stanford Club of France thanks Google France for generously opening its doors and hosting this special behind-the-scenes event*
  • Welcome and Introduction
  • YouTube Paris: Algorithmic Channels for All of Us – mapping videos to topics
  • What is the Google Cultural Institute?
About the speakers
  • Dan Teodosiu Dan has over 22 years of experience in research and industry. He started his career at Alcatel Research and Hewlett Packard Labs, and spent several years at Microsoft in Redmond, WA and in Dublin, Ireland. As an entrepreneur, Dan co-founded two companies in the Bay Area, one of which was acquired in 2002 by Microsoft. Dan holds a PhD (2000) and MS (1996) in Computer Science from Stanford University, and is also an author of over 40 patents.
  • Pierre Kreitmann Pierre is a software developer in the YouTube team in Paris. Pierre studied Machine Learning during his MS at Stanford in 2011-2012. Upon graduation in April 2012, he joined Google’s Paris team to work on YouTube’s algorithmic channels project, which maps videos to topics.
  • Robert Tansley Robert is a Product Manager at the Google Cultural Institute. He holds a PhD (‘00) from the University of Southampton. He has previously worked in digital archiving and libraries, healthcare IT, and large scale data repositories.

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